China And Russia Send ‘Reconnaissance Vessels’ To Shadow The USS Carl Vinson Strike Group

USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) underway in the Pacific Ocean on 31 May 2015
[photo credits-featured image:inserted by openeyesopinion.com credits embedded]

China and Russia have sent reconnaissance vessels to follow the U.S. aircraft carrier deployed to the Korean Peninsula, as fears of a military confrontation between Washington and Pyongyang rise. The navies of both Beijing and Moscow want to gather intelligence on the USS Carl Vinson Strike Group—a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier—that has been rerouted to the region,…

Share This Post
Share on Facebook0Share on Google+1Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Reddit0Pin on Pinterest0Share on StumbleUpon0Share on LinkedIn0Digg thisShare on Yummly0Share on Tumblr0Buffer this pagePrint this pageEmail this to someone





Related News

  • Spain Proclaims Barcelona Terror Cell Has Been Dismantled
  • Islamic State Atrocities Increase In North And East Afghanistan
  • The Lebanese Army Has Launched An Offensive Against An Islamic State Enclave
  • Russia – Eight People Have Been Injured In A Stabbing Attack In The Siberian City Of Surgu
  • Cowardly Jihadists Continue Using Ramming Attacks Against ‘Soft Targets’
  • One-Third Of Bangladesh And Nepal Have Been Flooded Affecting 16 Million People
  • France’s ‘First Lady’, Brigitte Macron, Announces Her Charter Will Show That She Is Not Being Paid A Taxpayer-Funded Salary
  • Pakistan’s Populist Opposition Leader, Imran Khan, Advocates ‘Open Borders’ With Afghanistan
  • European Union Is Spending Billions Of Euros To Try To Stop The Mass Illegal Immigration From Africa
  • 58 killed In Philippine Drug Raids
  • Zimbabwe – The Killers Of White Farmers, During The Purge Of 2000, Will Never Be Prosecuted
  • Colombia – President Juan Manuel Santos Declared Colombia’s 50-Year Conflict With FARC Guerrillas Finally Over
  • Shiite Militias Will Participate In Next Major Battle Against Islamic State In Iraq
  • George Soros Steps Up His Funding Of Global Progressive Lobbying Groups
  • Italy Says Russia Has Hacked Italian Foreign Ministry Outposts For Years
  • 2,000 U.S. Marines Participate In Joint Exercise With Japanese Troops